Grateful Dead Live at Stanley Theater on 1979-12-01
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|Jack Straw ->|
|Me And My Uncle ->|
|Easy To Love You|
|New Minglewood Blues|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|China Cat Sunflower ->|
|I Know You Rider|
|Looks Like Rain|
|He's Gone ->|
|Gloria Jam ->|
|C C Rider ->|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|Black Peter ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
flac16; SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony TCD5M/UDXL-II) -> Dat (Panasonic
Transferred and Edited By Charlie Miller
- 2005-06-23 13:36:44
- SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony TCD5M/UDXL-II) -> Dat (Panasonic SV3800/48k)
- Pittsburgh, PA
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Stanley Theater
Subject: Great jams! Brent is on it here!
Thanks again Charlie for a great sound~!
Brent is on top of the solo towards the end of Big River, then Jerry gets his on to! So far so good. ON to the next song. Today is the anniv of this show. Late '79 dead is so underrated, Brent finding his place and his sound, writing songs and testing them out... yea!!!
Subject: Over Thrusters on FULL
Epic Black Peter preceeded- too often a throw away 'lets finish this show and get to Bobby's closer' performance.
The Jackstraw was a favorite version going way back to the audio cassette days.
And He's Gone, Gloria, CC Rider. all that- wailing!!!
And so forth, see below, grateful we are, again, boys!
Subject: Get The Incredible FOB Now @ TMNSP Site!!!
I've had the He's Gone > Gloria > CC Rider > Jam SBD for twenty-five years. And I know, now, why I didn't keep the rest of the show; and why I tossed The Archive download last month. Mixed high in the SBD, Jerry sounds awful... like post '85 awful . But this FOB is heavenly. Jerry is mixed just a little back (as well as Bobby), and it makes all the difference. The instruments are as crisp and clear as the SBD but, with a nice touch of reverb. Brent's "tinkle tinkle" is particularly prominent, which I always love. And the crowd ambience just adds to the fun. It almost sounds like a matrix. But they weren't doing that till the mid '80s.
Probably one of the best AUDs is Steinthal's 7.10.81 recording from behind the stage. At only fifteen feet from the stack, it is the Cadilac of recordings. This one is more distant; probably twice as far...but that is still only thirty feet. It is a shockingly good recording of an excellent, excellent show. One of the best AUDs I've ever heard! The Compendium lists an unspecified B- AUD source. Well, this ain't it folks. This is A++.
Subject: snowing like Crazy
Subject: a 79 gem
Subject: a bit overrated
Subject: One for the archives
Sitting on stage at Jerry's feet I think the fallen rose petals on the ground are drops of blood.
This show was the resurrection of C.C. Rider.
Surreal encounter with Phil in an elevator after the show, then all pile back into the car for another 13 hour drive through blizzards back to our respective New England colleges making for 3 sleepless days and a killer recording to remember it all by.
Subject: Blues highlight the show
Subject: Grateful for deadboots.com
Oh and this version sounds great too...
Matrix anyone??? :)
Subject: Great Sound -- Classic Show
This is an excellent sounding Charlie Miller transfer and is well worth the bandwidth to download. This show stands out in the early Breant era as one of the best. He's Gone>Gloria>CC Rider jam is about as exploratory as the band ever got in the post '76 era. In fact, it is eerily reminiscent of the kinds of things the band was doing in '73-74. The China>Rider, Rain to open the second set are dead on versions too. My only complaint about this show is the post-drums Peter brings the mood way down, but Peters tend to do that.
If you don't have this show, or have an older circulating version, you should upgrad to this this new May '05 Miller tranfer. Thank you Charlie.
Subject: Why post that?